The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 13, 1996 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 13, 1996
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B4 SUNDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1996 LIFE THE SALINA JOURNAL ENGAGEMENTS Taking Christmas Orders! 40% off Custom Frames Stocking Stuffers ON SALE NOW • Framed Prints • Prints • Ready made frames • MUCH MORE Hurry in • today .: Sale Ends •':: Oct. 26,1996 Mon.-Frl. 9:30-5:30 ) Thuis. till 8 pm Sat. 10-3 Stacy Royer Adam Hoyt Royer-Hoyt ABILENE — The Honorable Robert H. Jr. and Jo Royer announce the engagement of their daughter, Stacy J., to Adam M. Hoyt, son of Nadine L. Hoyt of Tucson, Ariz., and David B. Hoyt of Santa Cruz, Calif. The bride-to-be graduated from Abilene High School and attended Emporia State University. She is a human resources analyst/specialist with Old Tucson Studios in Tucson. Her fiance, a graduate of Canyon Del Oro High School, Tucson, received a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Arizona, Tucson. He is a cost analyst with BHP Copper in San Manuel, Ariz. The couple plan to wed at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 29 at the St. Philip's In The Hills Episcopal Church in Tucson. A post-nuptial reception is set for Dec. 14 at the Abilene Country Club. Greg Richardson Lisa Pachta Pachta-Richardson BELLEVILLE — Vincent and Judy Pachta announce the engagement of their daughter, Lisa, to Greg Richardson, son of Don and Donna Richardson of Belleville. The bride-elect received a bachelor's degree in speech-language pathology from Fort Hays State University. She now is working toward a master's degree in speech-language pathology from Fort Hays State. Her fiance received a bachelor's degree in biology and an associate's degree in radiologic technology from Fort Hays State University. He is a radiologic technologist at Geary County Community Hospital in Junction City. Their wedding is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Dec. 27 at the St. Edward's Catholic Church in Belleville. Jason Trimble Stacy Wenzel Wenzel-Trimble HUTCHINSON — Mike and Carol Wenzel announce the engagement of their daughter, Stacy, to Jason Trimble, son of Sali- nans Larry and Carol Trimble, 1934 Ridgelea. The future bride attended Hutchinson Community College and plans to attend Kansas State University. She works at Sam's Club in Salina. Her fiance attended Emporia State University and now is pursuing a degree in business at K- State. He works for Tri Star Cable Co., Junction City. A Jan. 4 wedding is set for 2 p.m. at the Emmanuel Foursquare Gospel Church, Salina. Almee Middleton Ted Ahrenholtz Middleton-Ahrenholtz Salinans David and Linda Middleton, 1124 McAdams Road, announce the engagement of their daughter, Aimee, to Ted Ahrenholtz, son of Harry and Carol Ahrenholtz of Wichita. The bride-elect graduated from Salina Central High School and attended Kansas Wesleyan University and Pittsburg State. She works for the Security Bank in Olathe. Her fiance graduated from of Salina Central and the University of Kansas. He works at Marketing Communications Inc., Lenexa. The couple are to wed Nov. 23 at the First Covenant Church in Salina. 156-A S. Santa Fe, Downtown Salina { Ham Scramble w/ Toast or $15? 2 1/2 order Biscuits & Gravy 1 egg & 2 links HOMEMADE PIES Whole Or By The Slice Sugar Free Varieties Also Available Daily Specials 11 am-11 om HOME STYLE COOKIN" 2301 N. 9th St., Salina, KS Tonya Howser Loren Hopkins Howser-Hopkins GREAT BEND — Larry Howser and Sandy Howser announce the engagement of their daughter, Tonya Denae, to Loren James Hopkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hopkins of Ellsworth and Sue Roy of Seward. The bride-elect graduated from Great Bend High School. The future groom, a graduate of Bazine High School, works for Venture Construction. Their wedding is set for Nov. 16 at the First Southern Baptist Church in Great Bend. Jesse Vincent Dolly Bathurst Bathurst-Vincent ABILENE — Tim and Pam Bathurst announce the engagement of their daughter, Dolly, to Jesse Vincent, son of Jerry and Linda Vincent of Abilene. The bride graduated from Chapman High School and attends Sterling College. The future groom, a graduate of Abilene High School, also attends Sterling College. The couple have chosen the Abilene's Emmanuel Church as the scene of their 2 p.m. Dec. 28 wedding. Larry Lamb Anne Hoover Hoover-Lamb Salinans William Dale and Phyllis Hoover, 1314 Funston, announce the engagement of their daughter, Anne, to Larry Lamb, son of LeRoy and Nadine Lamb of Mound City. The bride-elect graduated from Kansas State University and the University of Kansas. She is a pharmacist in Shawnee Mission. The prospective groom, a graduate of Washburn University, is a police officer at Prairie Village. The Old Mission United Methodist Church in Fairway is to be the setting for their 6 p.m. wedding Nov. 16. FALL OPEN HOUSE October 14th-19th REGISTER TO WIN A FALL CUSTOM DOOR WREATH-- DESIGNS by 20% Discount on purchases from our present stock during Fall Open House. (Fresh Flowers and Wire Service Excluded) 528 Kenwood Park Dr. 2 Blocks South of Bicentennial Center Mon.-Fri. 8-5 Sat. 84 827-5581 A daughter, Maegen Elise, was born Sept. 24 to Salinans Scott and Susan Hughes, 810 W. South. Grandparents are Bill and Jackie Baker, 445 S. 12th, Salina, and Nathan and Jane Hughes of Decatur, Tenn. Great-grandparents are Letty Lamer, 443 S. 12th; William G. and Lois Baker of Bradley Beach, N.J., Bonnie Mullins of Decatur and Mildred Hughes of Ten Mile, Tenn. • • • A daughter, Brooke Kaeley, was born Sept. 24 to Stuart and Amy Jorgensen of Denver, Colo. The mother is a former Salinan. Grandparents are Gene and Joyce Penland of Salina and Lee and Darlene Jorgensen of Witten, S.D. Great-grandparents are Agnes Callahan of Dodge City, Orville and Luevern Smith of Witten and .Gladys Jorgensen of Winner, S.D. + + + A daughter, Sarah Lynn, was born Aug. 24 to Salinans Weldon and Karla McConnell, 1218 E. Beloit. Grandparents are Karl Wenzel of Burrton and Bryce and JoAnn Clark and Ervin and Pat McConnell of Hoisington. Great-grandmother is Clara Bahr of Olmitz. • •• A daughter, Krystyne Rael, was born Oct. 2 to Burton and Karen Brack, 201 E. Beloit, Salina. Grandparents are Robert and Dolores St. Pierre of Clyde and Glenn and Thelma Brack of Hoisington. A son, Corbin Taylor, was born Sept. 18 to Christopher Paul and Dana Kristine Gillum, 1613 E. Iron, Salina. Grandparents are Roger and Teddi Brent, Salina, and Jack and Judy Gillum, Laguna Niguel, Calif. Great-grandparents are Bud and June Wiehl of Junction City, Ray and Helen Boudrie of Homer, Mich., and Mike Martorano of St. Louis, Mo. The Salina Presbyterian Manor 2601 East Crawford, Salina Annual Good Samaritan Soup Supper riday, October 18,1996. • 5 to 7 p jn. Serving In Two Dining Rooms • Carry-Out Also Available! Adults: $5.00 Advance $6.00 At The Door Children 10 & Under $3.00 Clefts & Baked Goods Drawings For: •A three-day cruise to the Bahamas for two people (airfare included) * A comforter donated by Silver Needles Quitters • An antique caned chair donated by Dr. Neal Jenkins • Thanks to Uniglobe-Knowies Travel Aeencv andNema Daitv THE WALLE \buSAVE COULD BE YOUR OWN /Overdramatized? Perhaps. But then our new;\ low rates could change life as we know it. ) Minutes Cellular One Kansas Cellular % Lower 80 Min. lOOMin. 200 Min. 500 Min. >29.99 >36.99 '65.99 '119.99 J54.25 »64.95 '94.95 M69.95 44% 43% 30% 29% Our new, lower rates are an unbelievably huge deal. Depending on your plan, they'll save you anywhere from 29% to 44% compared to our competitor. To find out more, call or stop by the Cellular One store location below. Did we mention this is a really big deal? Well, it is, CELLULARONi' 1931 South Ohio, Salina 823-1414 or 1-800-279-5825 QjjDfxiriMJij *-•> Iw-u-J nn uirrcnr, puhlfohfiJ monthly M-cviif pl,m dut^t** «md peak amlmi* wics. Included feaiua's »uy vary bcnvvcn pJam. Alrtlint- is durjtvd in full niimiu? im [crucius and any frauiun u) a minute uf u.sage is rounded up and durxed at a full minute rale.

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